Despite the death threats and fear of attack, Donald Trump’s Omarosa was not about to postpone her big broom-jumping any longer.
Manigault, the POUTS’ marionette, did her “til death do us part” thing inside the swanky Trump hotel just minutes from the White House early this morning.
Traditionally, the office coordinates outreach to the full spectrum of interest groups, aiming to build support among them for the administration’s initiatives.
The Trump administration is already confronting its share of thorny issues and has alienated some key stakeholders in the process: This week, a few influential conservative groups voiced opposition to the administration’s proposal to reform health care. Already, she has pushed the president to sign an executive order “to promote excellence and innovation” at Historically Black Colleges.
When asked about the comments, which inflamed civil-rights activists and led to criticism from police departments around the country, Manigault refused to "defend every single word and decision" Trump makes.
He judges them on their ability to do the job,” she wrote of the real estate mogul.Just in case you were wondering, President Orange FANTA did not attend as he was busy with the Chinese President down in Mar-A-Lago. Flip the page to get an inside look at Omarosa’s big day. When Omarosa Manigault was cast on the first season of Donald Trump’s reality show “Celebrity Apprentice,” it seemed an unusual fit.Manigault’s main claim to “fame” was her role on the first season of “The Apprentice” -- as the show’s charismatic villainess.These are things that have come out of his own mouth,” Manigault wrote.